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Re: distorted audio of my sat M70-340
It is possible that the memory is't compatible. You need a 400mhz bus speed ram. If you put something in that is slower (say 333mhz) it could cause this issue. If the sound issue happened after you install the ram its is almost obvious what you need to do isn't it?
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Please make sure that the sound is not in mute. If it's unmute and still has no sound, try to uninstall and reinstall the audio driver. Drivers are located in device manager. Simply type device manager on the search box to find it. In the device manager, expand the sound video and game controller category, usually the audio driver is the realtek high definition audio driver or smart audio. Uninstall the driver and restart the laptop to take effect the changes. Restarting the laptop will automatically reinstall the audio driver. Test the sound.
In Toshiba's support page there is a Realtek driver for Vista, and two of them, Realtek and Conexant, for 7.
Download and install the most appropriate one for your case.
Hope you are able to sort your problems out.
you can refresh the driver by going into the device manager and find the cd/dvd drive and uninstall it and then click the button at top that says scan for hardware changes that will refresh its driver. If that didnt do it then you have a upper/lower filter issue which i will help with it if it dont help. hope this helps
Go to device manager. To do it, Right click "my computer" select properties. If you have Vista, click on device manager. but if you have XP, after rightlicking on properties, click on the hardware tab so you can click on device manager.
Look for Sound and video games controller. Right click on the audio driver then uninstall. If you are with vista, DO NOT put a check on delete the drivers. Just uninstall it.
After uninstalling, On device manager, click on action then scan for hardware changes. It will install back the drivers automatically. Then test again your audio. It should be good.
Check the Control Panel --> Sounds --> and see if the sound is muted (a check box). Or perhaps the MIDI or MAIN soud is turned all the way down...
Generally, a 5 year old can't fool around enough to disable the driver, but, if all else fails, try and disable the driver in the Device Manager, reboot, and let Windows "discover" new hardware and reinstall the audio driver.
Hi there again. Yes it does sound like display drivers although it could be the bios graphics controller or the graphics chip so keep an eye on the startup screen for the same thing. In the meantime right click on computer, select manage from the sub menu, then select device manager, it will generate a list of devices, click on the + icon next to display adapters, right click on one from the drop down list and select uninstall, restart the pc and let the operating system re-install the drivers automatically, this should hopefully resolve your problem. Please keep an eye on the bios/post screen because that could be an indication of more serious issues. I hope this sorts out the problem for you.
First thing to do plug in a headset if you have one and check to see if sound comes out . If you have sound then the problem is the driver for the audio. Try uninstalling and reinstall the drivers in device manager. If that doesnt work. Use the Toshiba device driver cd and completely uninstall and reinstall the audio drivers.